Tag Archives: FIFA

FIFA On Trial: More Evidence of Corruption

Qatar’s World Cup back in the firing line.

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Gulf Crisis: Advantage Qatar

How the Gulf crisis and global pressure related to the 2022 World Cup may have induced Qatar’s leaders to launch important reform to advance social change.

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Brazil: The Economics of the Rio Olympics 2016

There’s still over four months to go until the August 5 opening, but the Olympic stopwatch is already ticking for Rio 2016.

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The True Genius of America’s Sports Empires

Unlike FIFA, professional teams in the U.S. have no need to resort to criminality or corruption to enrich themselves.

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Making FIFA Great Again: Mission Impossible?

When can FIFA be trusted again to govern itself and the world’s most popular sport?

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FIFA and Company: The New Mafia?

Can we clean up corruption in major sports around the world?

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Football in Kolkata

A 90 year old rivalry between two Indian football teams continues today.

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Chelsea and Beyond: How the Rich Will Destroy Soccer

The excess of capital pouring into professional soccer will inevitably bring about its demise.

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FIFA Scores Two Goals for Globalism

Are the British just being sore losers in protesting their loss of the 2018 World Cup to Russia?

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Soccer's Wide Reach

What are the economic and social dimensions of the world’s most popular sport?

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